History Comicbook / NickFury

10th Jul '17 1:05:39 PM DragonRanger
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* ''VideoGame/AvengersAcademy'' (2016): Appears as an NPC.

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* ''VideoGame/AvengersAcademy'' (2016): Appears as an NPC. He was briefly made available for recruitment as a playable character during one of the game's monthly events.



* ActuallyADoombot - His Life Model Decoys have been used for this.

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* ActuallyADoombot - ActuallyADoombot: His Life Model Decoys have been used for this.



* MythologyGag - If 616!Fury needs a disguise in a story written by Bendis, he will use a hologram that looks like Ultimate Fury. Ultimate Fury will, on the other hand, use a hologram that looks like 616!Fury.

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* MythologyGag - MythologyGag: If 616!Fury needs a disguise in a story written by Bendis, he will use a hologram that looks like Ultimate Fury. Ultimate Fury will, on the other hand, use a hologram that looks like 616!Fury.



* PutOnABus: Vanished from Marvel after 2005 and returned in the lead-up to ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion''. After ''ComicBook/FearItself'', he disappeared again, being replaced by his son; until he resurfaced for ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'' before being turned into the new [[TheWatcher Watcher]] and vanishing again.

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* PutOnABus: Vanished from Marvel after 2005 and returned in the lead-up to ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion''. After ''ComicBook/FearItself'', he disappeared again, being replaced by his son; until he resurfaced for ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'' before being [[spoiler:being turned into the new [[TheWatcher Watcher]] Watcher]]]] and vanishing again.



* ScrewPolitenessImASenior - With a slowed-down aging process, but yeah.

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* ScrewPolitenessImASenior - ScrewPolitenessImASenior: With a slowed-down aging process, but yeah.



* SergeantRock - Fury is basically the AlternateCompanyEquivalent of [[{{Comicbook/SgtRock}} the guy who named the trope]]. He then moved on to become a ColonelBadass.

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* SergeantRock - SergeantRock: Fury is basically the AlternateCompanyEquivalent of [[{{Comicbook/SgtRock}} the guy who named the trope]]. He then moved on to become a ColonelBadass.



* AffirmativeActionLegacy / CanonImmigrant: ''Battle Scars'' (a ''ComicBook/FearItself'' epilogue) introduces Marcus Johnson, a black marine sucked into the world of superheroes when it was discovered he's Fury's son. By the end of the event - coincidentally just as the ''Avengers'' movie premiered - he'd lost his eye, shaved his head, and all in all become Ultimate Nick Fury in the non-Ultimate verse (it's even found that his birth name is really "Nicholas Fury, Jr.").

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* AffirmativeActionLegacy / CanonImmigrant: ''Battle Scars'' (a ''ComicBook/FearItself'' epilogue) introduces Marcus Johnson, a black marine sucked into the world of superheroes when it was discovered he's Fury's son.son (by way of a black agent the original Fury dated). By the end of the event - coincidentally just as the ''Avengers'' movie premiered - he'd lost his eye, shaved his head, and all in all become Ultimate Nick Fury in the non-Ultimate verse (it's even found that his birth name is really "Nicholas Fury, Jr.").



* BlackGalOnWhiteGuyDrama: In the mainstream universe, Nick Fury, Jr. is conceived by Nick Fury, Sr. and a one-time African-American girlfriend who was a fellow secret-agent.

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* BlackGalOnWhiteGuyDrama: In ColonelBadass: The Cinematic Universe Fury holds the mainstream universe, Nick Fury, Jr. is conceived by Nick Fury, Sr. and a one-time African-American girlfriend who same rank as the original one. We don't really know what ranks most other versions hold, though the Ultimate Fury was a fellow secret-agent.[[FourStarBadass General]] and Fury Jr. appears to have been lower on the chain of command.
* ComicBookFantasyCasting: As noted, he's explicitly based on Creator/SamuelLJackson.
* CompositeCharacter: Most adaptations combine the appearance and mannerisms of the Ultimate Fury with the personality and stronger moral code of the original.



* FourStarBadass: It's generally not clear what military ranks the other versions hold.
* GenerationXerox: Marcus Johnson's friendship with Phil Coulson mirrors that between Nick Fury Sr. and Dum Dum Dugan; from their past serving together in the military and joining S.H.I.E.L.D..

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* FourStarBadass: It's generally not clear what military ranks the other versions hold.
* GenerationXerox: Marcus Johnson's friendship with Phil Coulson mirrors that between Nick Fury Sr. and Dum Dum Dugan; from their past serving together in the military and joining S.H.I.E.L.D.. D.
7th Jul '17 4:44:19 PM MadAnthony94
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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: It's generally accepted that Sergeant Rock is DC's version of Nick Fury in his military days, and King Faraday is DC's version of Fury in his SHIELD days.
3rd Jul '17 11:37:43 AM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:350:You will ''never'' be this badass...]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:You [[caption-width-right:300:You will ''never'' be this badass...]]
28th Jun '17 10:44:41 PM Manny20444
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (2010-2013): Voiced by Creator/AlexDésert.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (2010-2013): Voiced by Creator/AlexDésert.Creator/AlexDesert.
28th Jun '17 10:44:25 PM Manny20444
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (2010-2013): Voiced by Alex Désert.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (2010-2013): Voiced by Alex Désert.Creator/AlexDésert.
3rd May '17 4:25:49 PM Tork
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* DecompressedComic: Before it was fashionable in American comics to stretch stories over six or so issue, the Steranko run managed to make the Yellow Claw Saga run for ''nine issues long''.
1st May '17 11:29:55 AM fruitstripegum
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* PutOnABus: Vanished from Marvel after 2005 and returned in the lead-up to ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion''. After ''ComicBook/FearItself'', he disappeared again, being replaced by his son; until he resurfaced for ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'' before being turned in the new [[TheWatcher Watcher]] and vanishing again.

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* PutOnABus: Vanished from Marvel after 2005 and returned in the lead-up to ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion''. After ''ComicBook/FearItself'', he disappeared again, being replaced by his son; until he resurfaced for ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'' before being turned in into the new [[TheWatcher Watcher]] and vanishing again.
10th Mar '17 6:32:35 AM Phoenixion
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* BlackGalOnWhiteGuyDrama: In the mainstream universe, Nick Fury, Jr. is conceived by Nick Fury, Sr. and an African-American woman (who is also a spy) with whom Senior was in a relationship with.

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* BlackGalOnWhiteGuyDrama: In the mainstream universe, Nick Fury, Jr. is conceived by Nick Fury, Sr. and an a one-time African-American woman (who is also a spy) with whom Senior girlfriend who was in a relationship with.fellow secret-agent.
10th Mar '17 6:30:46 AM Phoenixion
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* BlackGalOnWhiteGuyDrama: In the mainstream universe, Nick Fury, Jr. is conceived by Nick Fury, Sr. and an African-American woman (who is also a spy) with whom Senior was in a relationship with.
17th Feb '17 12:38:16 PM Pinokio
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* ContinuitySnarl
** Nick Fury's eyepatch is due to receiving an injury to his left eye from a grenade during World War II. ''Fantastic Four'' #21 shows a flashback with Nick Fury without an eyepatch, before his World War II injury, when he was working for the CIA. ''Marvel: The Lost Generation'' #10 establishes Fury wore a bionic eye replacement before the modern era, which retcons the appearance of Nick Fury without an eyepatch as Nick Fury with a bionic eye implant. In ''Fury'' #1, a flashback shows the Scorpio LMD, disguised as Jake Fury, shooting Nick Fury in the left eye. This flashback is assumed to take place after Nick Fury was already wearing a bionic eye, so the shot to his eye damaged his bionic eye, otherwise, Nick Fury would have lost his left eye twice.
** Scorpio turned out to be Nick Fury's brother, Jake Fury, but that wasn't really Jake Fury -- it was an LMD of Jake Fury disguised as Jake Fury disguised as Scorpio, so the real Jake Fury was never Scorpio, until later, when the real Jake Fury impersonated being an LMD of Jake Fury impersonating Scorpio.
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